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by W.J. Petchey
Author: W.J. Petchey
Publisher: Essex Record Office Publications (February 1992)
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A Prospect of Maldon, 1500-1689 by . Format Paperback 300 pages. Publication date 01 Feb 1992. Publisher Essex Record Office Publications. Publication City/Country Chelmsford, United Kingdom. Illustrations note Il. 7d.
This image was published in W. J. Petchey, A Prospect of Maldon: 1500–1689 (Chelmsford, UK: Essex Record Office, 1991), 152. See chapter 6 for a further discussion of pictorial images of Mary and Philip. John Carmi Parsons, Ritual and Symbol in the English Medieval Queenship to 1500, in Women and Sovereignty, ed. Louise O. Fradenberg (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1992), 60–77. For Philip’s failure to pay homage to Edward the Confessor, see Loades, Mary Tudor, 33. oogle Scholar.
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The Essex Record Office, Chelmsford, United Kingdom. The storehouse of Essex history. One is handwritten in a 1912 family recipe book and the other is printed in a 1959 church leaflet alongside other recipes and household tips. September 25 at 1:26 AM ·. Essex Society for Family History. September 24 at 1:35 AM ·. Looking forward to attending the opening of new exhibition co-curated by Elsa James - asking important questions about Essex identities.
John Smith has laid claim to 18th Century Maldon to complement William Petchey's earlier A Prospect of Maldon 1500-1689. Anyone who wishes to know anything about any aspect of 18th Century Maldon's history is recommended to explore this book.
Selections about the history of Maldon created by the Essex Educational Resources Centre. The Essex Record Office can preserve your old recordings, or provide talks and training on oral history and sound archives. Includes pieces about the name of the town; the Battle of Maldon in 991; and the town's connection with early America; and a collection of Anglo-Saxon phrases with translation into English, produced by the Federation of Dark Age Societies. This was originally recorded in 1991, and was digitised from an audio cassette tape. uk/services/s. -services/.